Russell Da Rooster Show #79

In this show Uncle Mark interviews Dr. Jim Nesbit about the children’s book he wrote called The Time Traveler - God and The Golden Rule. Dr. Jim Nesbit shares a little about his life and the inspiration for his interesting and important book. After the interview we get a special treat as Dr. Jim reads his story to us! If you enjoyed our show please like and share our video with your friends and family. Check out link below to watch anytime, anywhere and don’t forget to Subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Marine Eco Tour 2019 – Melody & Harmony’s Excellent Adventure!

Touring Island Schools in 2019!

Tour Dates: Moloka'i Jan. 23 - 25th, Maui Feb. 25 - Mar. 8th, Big Island Mar.25 - Apr. 5th, Oahu Apr. 15 - 26th, and Kauai Feb. - May. For more information contact Cap'n Mark at 335-0712 or email

2019 Marine Eco Tour Dates

Check out flyer to see when we will be near your school to book a visit with our Marine Eco Tour! A whale, seal, or shark could be swimming to your school soon!

Russell Da Rooster Show Times 2018


The Russell Da Rooster Show is seen on Spectrum Ch.128 Kaua`i commercial television Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00am, 3:00pm & 6:00pm Saturdays & Sundays at 8:00am & Statewide On Spectrum OC16 Ch.16 Tuesdays at 2:00pm Thursdays at 6:30am Fridays at 7:00am Sundays at 9:30am

Story Time With Russell Da Rooster!

Russell joins our good friend Kelsey Offner as she reads a story written by her dad, Randolph K. Offner. This story will teach your young child about hard working cowboys. We love to read and you do too! This video was produced by the Storybook Theatre of Hawai`i. Check out the link below to hear about the Cowboy Bears!

Storybook Theatre’s 2019 Marine Eco Tour

Storybook Theatre's 2019 Marine Eco Tour

The most exciting field trip adventure might be in your own classroom this year! Call cap'n Mark at 808-335-0712fro more info. Print, sign, and return form below.


Storyteller – Alton Chung

‘Sparky Matsunaga – Warrior Poet’

Storybook Theatre has chosen to commission a professional storyteller to create a one man performance about the life and times of former United States Senator Sparky Masayuki Matsunaga of Hanapepe, Kaua’i. The program is filled with entertaining personal stories, anecdotes, poetry and historic recollections of Sparky’s life and times.

Warrior Poet will be premiered at the Kauai Soto Zen Temple on the International Day of Peace, September 21st at 6:30 pm. In addition to the 40 minute performance, the evening program will feature a peace parade from Sparky’s statue at Storybook Theatre to the Zen Temple and many other local performers and expressions of peace throughout the evening. Donations will be accepted.

Waimea Theater on September 22nd at 6:30pm admission will be $15 for adults and $5 for children. A limited seating special showing will be at the Spark M. Matsunaga International Peace Garden at Storybook Theatre on Sunday September 23rd at 6:30 pm. It will feature a meal catered by local favorite restaurant, MCS Grill in Hanapepe.

Additionally, Mr. Takiyama-Chung’s historical presentation is available for a small fee for 4th grade through high school students and will include his 40 minute one man show and a question and answer session with one of America’s most renown professional storytellers.

For more information call Storybook Theatre at 808-335-0712. To purchase tickets or make a donation to assist with bringing the program to Kaua’i visit or Ticket locations: MCS Grill, Princeville Hot Yoga, Storybook Theatre, Waimea Theater.

Evelyn Roth’s Fabric Art Classes!!

Evelyn Roth Returns to Storybook Theatre on June 8th to Celebrate World Ocean's Day!! You will also get a chance to learn how to make your own inflatable Creature with from Evelyn June 6 - June 26. Enjoy an exceptional personal instruction in Fabric Arts!! 

Call Storybook Theatre 808-335-0712 leave your contact information.


Maui Eco Tours


Our Storybook Theatre School Tour Fleet of inflatable Marine Creatures has now added a New Tiger Shark and he is ready to perform for your children. Last touring season our programs performed for more than 6,500 young people on 5 Hawaiian Islands with an overwhelmingly positive response.

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